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This trail leads uphill through a narrow canyon for one half mile. It is a short, easy trail, but not recommended for summer use.

Natural Bridge Canyon Trail begins on a graded dirt road across from Devil's Golf Course on Badwater Road. The route is a short walk, .5 miles one-way, uphill through a narrow canyon on the western flank of the Amargosa Mountain Range. There is a large natural bridge at .3 miles and the trail ends shortly afterward at a dry waterfall. The bridge is the largest within the park and extends across the canyon. This trail is not recommended for summer use due to the low elevation. Bring lots of water in preparation for the extreme heat.

Directions: From Furnace Creek, Drive south to Badwater Road and bear right. Drive 13.2 miles south and turn left on to the Natural Bridge Canyon Road. Travel1.5 miles to the Natural Bridge parking area.

Elevation: 655 feet

Elevation Gain: 185 feet

Distance: 1.0 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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Death Valley National Park, California

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